FRIDAY FOOTBALL SHOWDOWN OPEN FOR REGISTRATION
WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 2015
Football season is around the corner, and our Friday contest returns with an open invitation to the public. We cover all of the betting angles weekdays from 2 to 3 p.m. on ESPN Radio (1100 AM, 100.9 FM) in Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas Sportsline show is streamed live on this website and also on espn1100.com.
Again last fall, we hosted a bracket of pro handicappers for the Friday Football Showdown contest staged at the Golden Nugget sports book in downtown Las Vegas. Details are on the "Friday Contest" page.
Scott Kellen (SixthSenseSports.com) defeated Bryan Leonard in the finals. Kellen is a two-time winner.
Registration opened Friday, June 26 for the 2015 football contest. The entry fee is $2,000.
Follow @ESPNLasVegas for show podcast tweets 24/7 and see "Latest Plays" for college basketball bets.
For basketball and football lines, see the "Latest Lines" page and hit the VegasInsider.com banner.
Our show is now available in podcast form each day at http://www.espn1100.com/pages/12968048.php? Just search for The Las Vegas Sportsline. There, we have added the convenience of breaking up each show by segment, with a description for all three segments each day.
We will continue to review and preview all the betting action this summer and fall - NFL, college football, baseball, golf, mixed martial arts and more - with top professional handicappers and oddsmakers. The Friday afternoon contest shows are hosted by the Golden Nugget sports book in downtown Las Vegas.
Jimmy Vaccaro from the South Point, and Jay Kornegay, Jeff Sherman and Ed Salmons of the Westgate LVH sports book, and Tony Miller from the Golden Nugget will be frequent radio guests to offer the oddsmakers' perspective.
Follow @kellyinvegas on Twitter as Kelly Stewart makes appearances on the show during the football season.
Follow our Twitter feed @TheLVSportsline for updates on guest lineups as we talk basketball, baseball, football betting and more with a variety of top handicapping analysts.
Always check the "Latest Plays" page for baseball, basketball, football and golf plays throughout the year.
Daily replays are no longer available on the "Show Archives" page. Go to espn1100.com.
Frequent guest appearances are made by handicappers Brian Edwards, Jim Feist, Bruce Marshall, Wes Reynolds, Micah Roberts, Mike Scalleat, Ted Sevransky, Ken Thomson and several others.
Doug Kezirian and Erin Rynning are frequent guest analysts during the NBA season.